Originally donated by Col. Roman Huber to be used as a park to honor the veterans of all wars, Edison  Park is the largest park in Milan. The park, directly off Berlin Street and across from Milan Cemetery, features two large shelters complete with picnic tables and grills, tennis counts, a baseball field, a basketball area, horseshoe rings, shuffleboard courts, volleyball court, a variety of children's playground equipment and public restrooms. The scenic Edison Park park has two separate paved parking areas and is a winter favorite for downhill sledding. You can call Milan Township on the Edison Park reservations at 567-401-6014 or 419-499-2354.





 

 

 

 

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Edison Park Updated:10/01/2014

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